Plastic Surgery: Beauty or the Beast?

on Feb 24, 2013 , 02:12 am
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Plastic surgery has been a topic of debate in Indian tabloids for years. Whether it be the Bollywood reigning queen whose nose magically looks likeCinderella's literallyovernight or the psychological effects of such surgeries on those who would rather go under the knife then live their lives feeling 'not beautiful enough'. I watched the DVD of Miss Universe 2012 with 22 of the most stunning women I've ever met and it made me wonder. Is it all for the beauty and attention you aspires for or is it to stop the beast of lowself-esteemand self-confidence from taking over your life? Is it worth the risks and should it be allowed? Convince me.
Yatin Yatin
Assam girl stand on compete her stand where she looked a image of human in poverty or death buthas will to compete in .only she can do who has confidence +will in her personalty
on Mar 21, 2013 , 11:35 pm
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Yatin Yatin
an have a partner like u i will have options but close it when iwillsee u u have India with u
on Mar 21, 2013 , 11:37 pm
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Yatin Yatin
natural is natural u can change nature by scientific logical need but beauty of nature how it prevents when uare in nature ,ucant even think.plastic surgery is done by humans..error u can see.
on Mar 21, 2013 , 11:30 pm
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Anannya Sarmah
This phenomenon has taken the US by storm where image obsessed teens are driven to plastic surgery and in the case of Venezuela, probably a worse case scenario, whichever way you look at it. What I would like to know is at what point does wanting beauty become an unhealthy obsession?
on Feb 26, 2013 , 02:27 am
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Rohit Sharma
The present phenomenon has made it a must for celebs to survive and look good. No matter what age, no matter how. And yes, there are repercussions of short cuts..
on Feb 25, 2013 , 03:35 pm
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Anannya Sarmah
Thank you Sahil and Vijay, My question for Sahil. Given, that it makes a woman more 'perfect' and confident, what is your take on the shift of parameters from "women of substance" to a focus on women' physical beauty which portrays them as nothing more than just glam dolls?
on Feb 25, 2013 , 12:46 am
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Sahil Verma replies to Anannya Sarmah
Anannya, Pageants are business today. A miss world not only does charity and public welfare but she has to walk for all the leading fashion brands of the world ...be it versache or manish malhotra...moreover international standards today are such that girl should be tall slim and should have a pretty face like yours :). I see nothing wrong in that. I would any day prefer a winner who is a glamdoll than a girl who can be mistreated to be a nun. lol :P
on Feb 25, 2013 , 08:01 pm
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Vijay Sharma
Not Required...................U R Beautiful an Stunning as ALWAYS ALWAYS!!
on Feb 24, 2013 , 11:46 pm
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Sahil Verma
Beauty pageants are business. Gone are those days when women were judged on the parameter of "women of substance". Its all superficial. the one that looks good sells. for sure, plastic surgery should be allowed. why not ? if it makes you look more perfect and confident.
on Feb 24, 2013 , 03:37 am
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Anannya Sarmah
I'd love some comments from my fellow contestants!=)
on Feb 24, 2013 , 02:31 am
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